Using Partial Fractions to Evaluate the Definite Integral of an Algebraic Fraction Example Two

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The mathematical solution explains how to express a function in partial fractions where the three denominators are linear. The result is used to find the definite integral of the original function, the solution given in terms of natural logarithms in its simplest form before calculating the decimal value.

The graphical solution explains how to use the graphic calculator to verify the solution found in the mathematic solution.

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